LaBarron Boone, who joined the firm in 1995, has successfully handled a tremendous number of individual cases involving defective products. His work in the Personal Injury/Products Liability Section has been primarily dealing with automobile cases involving defective products. LaBarron handled a wide variety of cases involving crashworthiness, seatbelt restraint systems, inadvertent airbag deployments, tractor rollover litigation, and tire tread separation. One of LaBarron’s most notable verdicts was a multi-million-dollar verdict in the case of Carolyne Thorne v. Wal-Mart Stores tried in Montgomery Co. This trial extensive coverage in the Wall Street Journal and other national media outlets.
LaBarron received the 2003 University of Alabama Black Law Student Association Alumni Honoree Award. He was the recipient of the “Chairman’s Award of Excellence” presented by Montgomery County Democratic Committee. On Sept. 22, 2005, LaBarron was the first ever recipient of the “Hands for Children” Award, presented to him at the Children’s Advocacy Center in Montgomery, Ala.
LaBarron serves on the Central Alabama Community Foundation Board of Trustees (CACF), which is one of the largest charitable foundations in the state of Alabama, with assets exceeding $27 million. In 2007 LaBarron received Beasley Allen’s Litigator of the Year Award. In 2009 he was given the Resurrection Catholic Mission’s “Truth & Charity Award” for his exemplary and extraordinary support of the Mission Center.
Prior to deciding on a career in law, LaBarron graduated from Auburn University in Industrial Engineering. That has served him well in Product Litigation. He is involved in many community and social activities. He serves on the Cleveland Avenue YMCA Board of Management, the Resurrection Catholic Church Board of Trustees, Child Protect Board of Trustees, the Dexter Avenue King Memorial Foundation, and on the board of Medical Outreach Ministries. LaBarron was selected to serve in 2011 on the Alabama State University Presidential Search Committee, and he must recently served on the Alabama State University 2013 Presidential Search Committee.
LaBarron is married to the former Lori David and they have two children, Micah and Logan. They are members of Christ Community Church. LaBarron is a talented lawyer who has been responsible for helping lots of folks who badly needed help. He is extremely compassionate about his clients and their cases. LaBarron has been a very important part of our firm’s success. We are blessed to have him in our firm.
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